I've looked all over for a way to remove zeroacess, which seems to be the cause of the problem, but so far I've not found anything that doesn't want me to spend a bunch of money from a website that appears to be written in poor English. That might be the perfect fix, but at this point I'm too worried to trust it. The McAfee Total Protection (which apparently isn't total) that I have shows Desktop.ini, Desktop(64).ini, andother Desktop.ini, and Desktop(5).ini as being infected and unable to delete.
I tried a system restore to a previous date and that didn't seem to have any impact.
I know just enough about computers to be dangerous to myself so any help would be appreciated.
Edited by PhinDorsal, 08 July 2012 - 12:01 PM.